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Is eggs white vegan?

Eggs white is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is eggs white?

Egg whites are the clear and viscous liquid contained within chicken eggs, constituting around 60% of the egg's total weight. As a rich source of protein, egg whites have become a staple ingredient in many health-conscious diets, as they contain no fat or cholesterol. In addition to their nutritional value, egg whites also possess unique structural qualities that make them ideal for culinary applications such as meringues, angel food cake, and soufflés. When whipped, egg whites can create a light and airy texture, while their ability to coagulate makes them perfect for binding ingredients together in recipes like omelets and frittatas.

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